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AT YOUR COMMAND From the short film "I Surrender Dear" (1931) (Music: Harry Barris / Lyrics: Bing Crosby & Harry Tobias) Bing Crosby - 1931 Gus Arnheim & His Orch. (vocal: Donald Novis) - 1931 Ben Selvin's Georgia Moonlight Serenaders - 1931 Fred Rich & His Orch. (vocal: Bunny Berigan) - 1931 Billy Artz & His Orch. - 1931 As performed by BING CROSBY in the film "I Surrender Dear": I had you, I held you, you gave me all And your love dreams I shattered beyond recall Now that I've lost you, please understand I'm here forever at your command (Whistling) I want you, I need you, more than you know Whatever, don't ever tell me to go Once more to have you, love would be grand To live forever at your command ******************** As recorded by BING CROSBY for record release: The thrill of a new love has faded away Mistaken, awakened am I Wanting you near me, sincerely I say Forgive, forget, will you try I had you, I held you, you gave me all Your love dreams I shattered beyond recall Now that I've lost you, please understand I'm here forever at your command I realise now that I've lost my prize Tell me how can I live this way Foolish conceit, at my heart it would beat And to think that my heart would obey I want you and I need you, more than you know I'll worship your love, dear, wherever you go Once more to have you, love would be grand To live forever at your command (Piano Solo - Harry Barris) I realise now that I've lost my prize Tell me how can I live this way Foolish conceit, at my heart it would beat And to think that my heart would obey I want you and I need you, more than you know Whatever, don't ever tell me to go Once more to have you, love would be grand To live forever at your command (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - September 2017)

    





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